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1...Bb3# is easy. :D Good job
Hope you ain't gettin' tired :p
And a new one... again...
Make way for another one!!
Still not done yet :p
Ok, first shipping complete. I will be back with more...
This type of mate featured a lot these days...
#207 Rg2# is also mate in 1
You are right. Let's fix that:
This fixed the ambiguity of my post #207.
Another peredictable one.
Thank you LiamD5 and eragonfan125 !
I haven't seen that
Here comes another load!
Qc2 is also mate (or Qf7 depending on which way the board is!)
Make way for this one too!
Qc2 is also mate (or Qf7 depending on which was the board is!)
Qf7 is illegal: black is in check.
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